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Old 08-20-2013, 07:18 AM
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If you have a softener that you want to keep then it may be worth considering to have the Nova filter installed as a prefilter, that way the chlorine and sediment can't negatively affect the softener or its salts
Can you tell me where in the house you install this type of unit? How much are replacement filters, and where can you buy them. Thanks.

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Old 08-20-2013, 09:33 AM
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A guy came by and showed pictures of what water heaters look after three years of hard water without these Softeners. What do you know about that?

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Steve I had seen that BS also, if it were true every older home would have replaced their water heaters.

It is scam marketing at best.
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Old 08-20-2013, 09:39 AM
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Can you tell me where in the house you install this type of unit? How much are replacement filters, and where can you buy them. Thanks.
We install it in the corner of the garage usually on the side where you have a small white plastic access door, most are on the outside wall.

Replacement filters for all three are about $65. We sell them but they can be purchased elsewhere.

But they should last 9-12 months depending on your usage.
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We install it in the corner of the garage usually on the side where you have a small white plastic access door, most are on the outside wall.

Replacement filters for all three are about $65. We sell them but they can be purchased elsewhere.

But they should last 9-12 months depending on your usage.
Thank you. I will look into it when we are there full time.
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Thanks for the info Mike,
I'll call you when we get to TV and get the system installed.
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Old 08-30-2013, 05:03 PM
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Dottie, I think you may want to call me, Mike bought from us.

tks for the endorsement Mike
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Water Softners commercial Grade $1,499.00 Installed!!!
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Old 01-07-2014, 07:03 AM
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Both units would be $1994, I suggest just doing the whole house filter and waiting on the softener.

Myths About Hard Water
First I would like to say that I advocate the use of a whole house

water filtration system rather or in addition to a water softener.

The manufacturer I get our filters from "Axeon" makes both so

it's not a matter of offering one over the other, but why spend the

additional money if not needed.


The World Health Organization says that "there does not

appear to be any convincing evidence that water hardness causes

adverse health effects in humans". In fact, the National Research

Council has found that hard water can actually serve as a dietary

supplement for calcium and magnesium

Myths
MYTH #1 - Water Softeners Are Safe For The Environment

Fact: Water Softeners Cause Considerable Damage to the Environment


According to Ann Heil, a Supervising Engineer of the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, automatic water softeners waste

water and put a salty brine into the waste stream. High salts in the waste stream can harm aquatic life and can damage crops
irrigated with downstream waters.

There are many simple solutions you can take to fix any mineral spotting - and none of them require a water softener. A teaspoon
of Sour Salt will handle mineral residue in the dishwasher. Rain-X or furniture wax will minimize water spots on shower doors.
Finally, a whole-house water filter, that retains healthy minerals, will work great for bathing, cooking, cleaning and drinking.

MYTH #2 - Hard Water Is Harsh, Fades Clothes and Dries Skin and Hair

Fact: Hard Water Does Not Fade Colors or Dry Skin and Hair Chlorine in tap water does the damage, just as chlorine bleach.

Water softeners do not remove chlorine or chlorine disinfection byproducts

MYTH #3 - Water Softeners Filter Water

Fact: Water Softeners Do Not Filter Water;

They Only Exchange Sodium for Minerals In other words, water softeners convert dirty, chlorinated tap
water into dirty, chlorinated, salty water. There is still a need to use a secondary filter system to remove salt,
sediment and chlorine to produce a palatable water for drinking and cooking - but only at the kitchen tap. Dirty chlorinated, salty water still
runs throughout the rest of the home.

MYTH #4 - Minerals In Water Are Contaminants

Fact: Hardness Minerals Are Not Contaminants, Minerals are Nutrients


Scientific findings supported by research at the World Health Organization (www.WHO.int) have shown that drinking water
rich with essential minerals, specifically calcium and magnesium, protects good health and leads to lower instances of heart disease and stroke.
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Old 03-17-2014, 08:33 AM
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As soon as we moved to The Villages my wife noticed that water irritated her face. She had to wash her face with bottled water. We just had Bob install his water filtration system on our house and no more problem. The water tastes better, smells better and doesn't irritate skin. The installation was absolutely first class and the price was very reasonable. I would highly recommend it.
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Old 03-17-2014, 05:13 PM
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That's great to hear back from you folks, happy you had such good results.

It's interesting, in fact another couple reported that their skin was itchy from time to time after a shower, now that doesn't happen with clean water from the filters.

Some people are more sensitive than others.

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